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Another feast for breakfast, overlooking the harbour. 2 sea eagles flew past our bedroom window, then a sailing regatta, yachts with spinnakers up. Went to the market for ladies in Kowloon, getting the hang of Chinese public transport. Nothing to buy there, just fake bags and Tshirts, but did try octopus balls, street food, very tasty. ...
Were making good use of airport time sitting in HK airport catching up on homework, doing blogs and changing over packs because of climate changing. The last couple of days have been beautiful with just enough cloud to not make it too sharp in the sun. I think we were a bit over confident as there are plenty of red faces and shoulders to show that the sun was out. We went out yesterday to Stanley ...
... the contents of the package is steeped in boiling water and "enjoyed" over a period of several days. Yumsa!! Our walk led us to Hollywood Road so named because holly trees once lined the road although now there are few remaining. This road is also heavily populated with antique stores. We found a laughing Buddha from the 19th century but it cost $10,000 US so it is staying in Hong Kong. I can probably find a good imitation at ...
... so don't message me saying how your experience in Germany celebrating a "different culture" while drinking at Octoberfest has left you enlightened. Without further adieu:
The U.S. education system is much better than you think.
I can see how many of you just scoffed at or thought how dumb that comment was. Everyone sees the headlines constantly: "Asian schools top education rankings", "Shanghai students among world's best". Yes, they are. Shanghai's ...
... It was only 20 mins up Nathan Road back to Jordan.
We spent our Sunday at the beach. We did a little bit of research and found there was a nice beach on the south of Hong Kong island. It was reachable by subway and then a short bus journey. Shek O beach. What a lovely little cove it is. Set around tall mountains and looks right out to small little islands. The weather was beautiful with not a cloud in the sky by lunch time. ...